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Math and Arithmetic
How big is 1000 sq ft?
February 06, 2011 4:03PM
It's a surface that has an area of exactly 1,000 sq ft.
It can have any shape. If it happens to be a square, then each side of the square
is about 31.6 ft long. If it happens to be a circle, then the diameter of the circle is
about 35.7 ft.
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How do you calculate 1000 sq ft to a room size?
The room can be any number of sizes. The floor area is always length times width, or how long and how wide to equal one thousand square feet. For instance: 20 ft by(x) 50 ft gives 1000 sq ft. 30 ft by 33 1/3 is a 1000 sq ft. or 40 by 25 and so on. Decide how wide or long you desire the room then divide that into 1000 and you will find the necessary length of the other wall, which gives you 1000 sq ft.